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MiraBox Capture Card,USB 3.0 HDMI Game Capture Card Device with HDMI Loop-Out Support HD Video 1080P Windows 7 8 10 Linux YouTube OBS Twitch for PS3 PS4 Xbox Wii U Streaming and Recording, HSV321

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About this item

  • 【Stronger Compatibility】This 1080P hdmi capture card can be compatible with all 1080P 720P hdmi device, such as Wii U, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii, Nintendo Switch, DVD, camera, ZOSI security camera, DSLR and set top box etc.
  • 【USB3.0 YUY2 4:4:4 1080P With 60FPS】The HD video capture card can support 1080P with 60FPS, it is very suitable to use it for game live streaming.
  • 【Faster Data Transmition】USB3.0 high speed transmission port,let your live streaming to Twitch, Youtube, OBS, Potplayer and VLC more easily.
  • 【ZERO Latency HDMI Loopout】There is no latency when you use the hdmi loopout port, the hdmi loopout port is very usefully when you are making a game live streaming
  • 【Plug and Play,No Need to Install Driver】It is compatible with Linux, Mac OS, windows 7/8/10, very easy to setup, there is no need to install driver.

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Mirabox HD Video Capture Card HSV321 - System Requirements and Technical Specifications

  • Host Interface: USB3.0, *300-350MB/s,USB2.0,*40MB/s
  • Input Interface: HDMI interface
  • HDMI Input Formats: 480i,480p,576i,576p,720p50,720p60,1080i50,1080i60,1080p24/25/30/50/60;
  • Output Formats Resolutions:640x480/720x480/720x576/768x576/800x600/1024x768/1280x720/1280x800/1280x960/
  • 1280x1024/1368x768/1440x900/1600x1200/1680x1050/1920x1080/1920x1200/640x360/856x480/960x540/1024x576
  • Frame Rate: 25/29.97/30/50/59.94/60 fps
  • Audio and Video capture: standards of UVC and UAC
  • Support of OS:Windows 7; Windows Server 2008, R2 Linux (Kernel version 2.6.38 and above).
  • Software Compatibility:Windows Media Encoder (Windows), Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (Windows), Real Producer Plus (Windows), VLC (Windows, Linux),Wirecast (Windows), Potplayer(Windows)and etc.
  • Development interface compatibility: DirectShow (Windows), DirectSound (Windows), V4L2 (Linux), ALSA (Linux)
  • Size: 95x63x22 mm
  • Power consumption: <= 2.5W
  • Working Temperature: 0-50 deg C
  • Storage Temperature: -20~70 deg C
  • Storage Humidity: 5%-90%


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Reviewed in Canada on April 17, 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars Works with Linux Ubuntu 16.04LTS and USB2.0!
By Steven T on April 17, 2020
LINUX

Linux Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS desktop computer (kernel 4.4.0-127)
Core i7-860 CPU
Gigabyte GA-P55M-UD4 motherboard (only has USB 2.0)
My camera: Nikon D750 or Olympus EM10mk2 both produce 1080p/60fps HDMI signal.

I was surprised the MiraBox-HSV321 works with my Linux desktop computer from 2011 which only has USB2.0 and no USB3.0 at all. It worked right out of the box and no driver to install.

How is this even possible when USB2=0.48Gb/s while HDMI_1080p30=1.58Gb/s?

Using a program called "usbtop", I was able to determine the transfer rates:

ExternalHD USB3.1 read: 31MBytes/sec (My motherboard's real-world maximum USB2.0 throughput)
Logitech C200 (640x480/30fps) webcam: 31 MBytes/sec (Constant rate, regardless of video content)
MiraBox-HSV321 HDMI (1920x1080/30fps): 2.4-5.8MBytes/sec (Rate are lower when video has less motion)

Obvious it uses compression and through this USB2.0 connection (which I later found out was encoded as MJPEG), I could get 1920x1080p feed coming from my Olympus EM10mk2 or Nikon D750 camera. Using OBS Studio, I measured only 21fps (not 30fps), which was done by recording a video of a stop watch, examining the file and each frame one-by-one (1.0 sec span had only 21unique frames). I also measured a 0.24sec round-trip latency by having the recording include both stopwatch and the OBS Studio preview screen. This lag can cause audio minor sync issue; to fix this, I use my camera's microphone audio, streamed as HDMI audio, and not use audio from a headset directly attached to the computer.

WINDOWS10

On a ZenBook UX391UA with USB3.0 running Windows10, the MiraBox could get the full 60fps also at 1920x1080. Examining frame-by-frame, there were no duplicate frames and all 60frames within 1.0 sec were unique. In this case, latency was down to 0.20sec. (The same experiment shows my Elgato-HD60S with 0.14sec lag.)

Because MiraBox acts like a webcam (USB V4L2 device on Linux), may other applications can use it such as Skype, Zoom Teleconference, Ring Central Meetings, all on either Windows10 or Linux Ubuntu. (My Elgato-HD60S is only available on Windows and works with Zoom and RingCentral but not Skype.)

RASPBERRY PI

While both Raspberry Pi 3b and Pi4b can capture it as 1080p-25fps MJPEG saving to SDcard with less than 1% CPU, re-encoding to H.264 is only usable with the Pi4b hardware encoder. The MiraBox will drain quite a bit of power from your Raspberry Pi. For me, 5.0volt+3.0Amp power supply attached to my Pi was sufficient.

PACKAGING

The MiraBox package came with a 55cm/23in USB-A male to USB-A male cable (not common), the MiraBox itself and a manual which recommend installing "PotPlayer" for Windows. However, it does not come with any HDMI cables.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Worked well at start
By Potato-Kun on April 26, 2021
It was working well the first time, then I wanted to switch from ps4 to switch. the device was long and tedious to set up again. After a week or 2, I had crackling and popping noises coming from streaming device, I tried many things, and in fact it was really only the Mirabox that wasn't working correctly anymore. By the time I had try many things I couldn't resend it so. That's it, stuck with a video capture that can't do his job ;/

I would suggest to people to buy higher quality devices if at least it won't do what happened to me. One of the things that would have helped, would be if we could change the default sample rate in bits that the Mirabox takes, but we can't touch that part, so once it's does the problem, you are stuck with it :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Does what it claims.
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